You require two sets of credentials.
The following instructions describe how to obtain both sets of credentials.
Before you can get any credentials, you need to create an app. The HERE platform uses the concept of an app to control access to the platform resources.
Additionally, your app needs to have the correct permissions for the catalogs and layers that you intend to work with. These permissions are granted by the catalog owner.
To create an app, log into your HERE account and perform the following steps:
.heredirectory in your home directory.
C:\%HOMEPATH%\.here(if your home directory is on your C drive).
To download your credentials, perform the following steps:
In the dialog box that opens, click Download.
Once you click Close, you can no longer access your access key ID and access key secret.
Copy the resulting
credentials.properties file to the
.here directory that you created before.
credentials.properties file contains your credentials. The OLP CLI and libraries use this file to manage access.
Note that you can download this file only once. The portal only prompts you to download this file once, so keep it in a safe place. If you return to the portal later, you won't be able to download another credentials file for the same key. You'll have to create another key instead.
To download your repository credentials, do the following:
settings.xmlfile that contains your repository credentials and save it in your Maven settings directory. For more information on using the settings file, see the Maven documentation.
As noted by Maven, the usage of a repository manager is considered an essential best practice. It can offer many benefits including an improved build, particularly any initial ones that require dependency downloads. If your company has set up a repository manager, you should edit the repositories element in the downloaded
settings.xml to use it.
Your app and associated credentials do not inherit your user permissions or your group memberships. You have to assign permissions and group membership in the Sharing tab.
You can only create two keys per app.
App credentials are valid until you delete your app or delete or disable the access key.
To authenticate with the HERE platform through an API, see the Identity & Access Management Developer Guide. Before you can use this API, you need to get the